USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says we are heading into spring rather quickly and ahead of schedule, which could have negative implications for small grains and blooming fruit crops.
In San Joaquin County, Jake Samuel, California’s recent Young Farmers & Ranchers awardee reflects on a decade marked by persistent efforts and strategic decisions in fruit production.
Steve Ward exemplifies sustainable farming practices at his Massachusetts cranberry operation by embracing Integrated Pest Management alongside conservation practices, exemplifying the balance between agricultural productivity and environmental responsibility.
Cultivating a legacy from post-war beginnings, Owyhee Produce is a family-driven agricultural triumph, growing from humble roots to a top-tier, mid-range producer and feeding 38 million people annually.
In this behind-the-scenes look at the newest episode of Where the Food Comes From, “A Day Without Sunshine” written by show producer and script supervisor Donna Sanders — find out what Florida citrus growers Dundee Citrus did when life handed them some lemons.
Growing citrus undercover in a giant screened-in enclosure has huge advantages. But what happens when there’s a hurricane?
It’s as modern as citrus growing gets.
The Farm Monitor takes us to Aaron Family Orchards in Ellijay, Georgia, where they are sprouting with fun activities, flowers, and family traditions!
Bookmark RFD-TV’s Winter Produce Guide list to have on hand whenever you hit your local grocery store, farmers market, or CSA to shop for fresh fruits and vegetables all season long!
Stuart Woolf, a second-generation farmer in California’s Central Valley, shares his deep passion for farming and sustainable agriculture.
A citrus revolution is quietly unfolding among the picturesque foothills of Orange Cove, California. In a region known for its Navels, Mulholland Citrus is bringing Mandarin oranges to the forefront.
Explore the culinary wonders of Camino’s Apple Hill, where tradition meets delicious innovation at community institutions like Larsen Apple Barn.
Host of Where the Food Comes From, RFD-TV’s own Chip Carter attended the Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Innovations Show last weekend in Charlotte, N.C. to bring us all the exciting new developments in the produce industry.
Wine producers across Italy have been battling extreme weather and an uptick in fungal diseases all season. The hit means France is set to reclaim its number-one wine-producing spot for the first time in almost a decade.
Meet this week’s Farm Family who have been growing generations of flavor in California’s California’s San Joaquin Valley.
A week after Hurricane Idalia tore across Florida and parts of the Southern-Atlantic Coast, we are learning more about how agricultural operations in its path were impacted by the storm, which reached a Category Three-level hurricane at its peak.